EGYPT IS WAKING AND WE'LL ABOUT IT CARRY NEWS▲We honor the ancient traditions and mysticism
www.KEMET.sk is probably the first portal dedicated to ancient Egypt with daily updates and interested people say that this is good idea.
It is already more than 1000 articles and videos yet!
Each uneven week we select 5 video ›› in stream "TV KEMET"!
There's no other civilization, that induced so much interest in professional and amateur circles as Egyptian civilization. Is it possible, that after so many years of thorough research, we still don't have a clear picture?
The public has been receiving more and more alternative views and results in the last years, which are in contradiction to the official knowledge.
Thanks to personalities like Schwaller de Lubicz, John Anthony West, Laird Scranton, Robert Bauval, Graham Hancock, Valery Uvarov, Stephen Mehler, Christopher Dunn or Chance Gardner, is our view on Egypt much more complete.
New findings are emerging - day after day, which are completely changing our views on dating the mankinds evolution. What are we really looking for, in the message from our past?
Ancient Egypt has always been a source of knowledge for many personalities from our history. Its eternal message is alive and well, so we can do the same.
The "EGYPT" section, which can be found on an slovak alternative internet portal "CEZ OKNO" (in english "THROUGH THE WINDOW", www.cez-okno.net), has attracted ten thousands of readers.
As big fans of Ancient Egypt, we are confident, that it's time to create a specialized internet portal.
We honor the ancient traditions and mysticism, so our choice of name came to "KEMET".
A warm welcome and make yourself at home! We're working hard to create a portal, where you can always find something new to read.
Nonprofit project www.KEMET.sk is dedicated to Abd'El Hakim Awayan's anniversary (26th January), keeper of the original Egypt's traditions.
Kind regards from Slovakia
Khemitology – An Alternative Perspective on Ancient Egypt
Renowned Indigenous Wisdom Keeper, Abd’el Hakim Awyan (1926-2008), developed the discipline of Khemitology (with the assistance of longtime student, Stephen Mehler), to address the study of ancient Khemit (KMT), the name the indigenous and the ancients used to describe Egypt, or the “Black Land”. It was named for the rich, dark alluvial soil that the Nile nourished its banks with during its annual flooding each summer. This inundation of the Nile was a much celebrated event, as it was responsible for the abundance of food supplied from a rich agriculture, and symbolized fertility of all things.